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The stand will now be deconstructed, and moved via truck from the Isle of Wight

The Old Horn Pub 1968 by David Bailey

Exhibition marks homecoming for East End boy David Bailey

Celebrated British photographer David Bailey is to return to the London borough of his birth for a new exhibition that will reveal unseen pieces from his celebrated 1960s work.

In a Which? survey, 92 per cent of people said they felt under too much pressure to spend at Christmas

1.5 million took out loans to fund Christmas

Consumers will remain vulnerable to fast-finance firms until a crackdown on credit charges in 2014

Battle to control rogue payday lenders continues

Payday loan campaigners were celebrating a major victory this week after the Government agreed to crack down on the charges and unscrupulous practices of high-cost credit companies.

Payday lender pays for debt advice fair

The under-fire payday lender Wonga has agreed to pick up the cost of promoting a debt advice fair in east London today after one of its staff attacked an MP on Twitter.

Weeds grow on the grounds of the Walthamstow greyhound dog racing stadium, which was closed in 2008

Going to the dogs! Duncan Smith blasts Johnson over Walthamstow track decision

Iain Duncan Smith delivered a stinging rebuke to Boris Johnson’s Conservative leadership aspirations after the London Mayor approved a scheme to turn the Walthamstow dog track in east London into flats.

A detective from the Met's Sapphire sex crime unit has been detained

New Scotland Yard to be sold as Metropolitan Police downsizes

New Scotland Yard is to be sold as the Metropolitan Police faces making cuts of more than £500 million, a senior officer said today.

Do you fancy becoming a Labour MP? How the party cast its cyber-net wide in hunt for new blood

Our diarist notes the frenetic effort Labour is putting into discovering new talent, and why the words of one Bill Oddie are not all they may seem to be

William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow, London

The Arts and Crafts movement gets a better gallery – and a new member

Lutalo Muhammad: 'I really want to keep the momentum going so I can go into Rio and make sure there is no doubt this time - then I can be talking to you with an Olympic gold medal around my neck.'

Taekwondo: Team GB's Lutalo Muhammad focused on Rio gold

Olympic taekwondo bronze medallist Lutalo Muhammad intends to leave no doubts over why he should be leading Team GB's charge for gold at Rio 2016.

Taekwondo pair see an abrupt end to their hopes of gold

Of all the 542 athletes chosen to represent Team GB, Lutalo Muhammad had to endure perhaps the most lengthy and painful selection process. Sadly, his battle for gold in the Olympic taekwondo contest was abrupt but no less agonising.

Team GB's taekwondo competitor Lutalo Muhammad

Taekwondo: Team GB's Lutalo Muhammad faced hate campaign in run up to Games

A Team GB taekwondo competitor who claimed victory instead of world number one Aaron Cook has said he received hate mail while preparing for the Olympics.

Taekwondo: Lutalo Muhammad keen to prove critics wrong after controversial omission of Aaron Cook for Team GB

Lutalo Muhammad is keen to make his own impression in the taekwondo tomorrow. To many, he is known only as the anti-Aaron Cook, the man who took the place that ought to have belonged to the world No 1. But despite the fierce disagreement between Cook and GB Taekwondo, Muhammad wants to show that he is an Olympian in his own right, and not just by default.

Tom Sutcliffe: When there are a few too many stereotypes on the streets of London

I visited New York and found, to my great delight, that the city really did feature large chimneys funnelling steam out of the pavement.

John Percival: Dance critic for ‘The Independent’

The dance critic John Percival belonged to a generation which, in the 1950s, persuaded newspapers to employ specialist writers rather than making do with music critics. Before joining The Independent (1997-2002), he had been The Times' critic for 32 years. He was a familiarly tall silhouette at performances, always there because he had an exceptional receptiveness to dance of any creed and faithfully fulfilled the critic's duty to be well informed. Where others might flag after a few weeks of non-stop performances, he was invariably hungry for more.

The poetry of being an estate agent

The Walthamstow Poetry Trail shows that stanzas have their place in shop windows

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